Data for: Data to support the assessment of the energy efficiency estimation methods on induction motors considering real-time monitoring.

Published: 26 April 2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/t4p2wxmm5j.1
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Vladimir Sousa Santos

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The data correspond to the experiments developed to assess the real-time energy efficiency estimation methods used for induction motors. Table 1 (see Appendix A) shows the electric and mechanic parameters measured at the 11 load factors for balanced sinusoidal voltage, and the efficiency calculated from the experimental data. Likewise, Table 2 (see Appendix A) shows the electric and mechanic parameters measured for balanced harmonic voltage, and the efficiency calculated from the experimental data. Furthermore, Table 3 (see Appendix A) shows the electric and mechanic parameters measured for unbalanced sinusoidal voltage, and the efficiency calculated from the experimental data. Finally, Table 4 (see Appendix A shows the electric and mechanic parameters measured for unbalanced harmonic voltage, and the efficiency calculated from the experimental data. Moreover, Table 5 (see Appendix A) shows the power output measured for the induction motor operating under balanced sinusoidal voltage, and the efficiency results estimated with the different methods considered in this study. In addition, it includes the estimation error as compared to the efficiency calculated from the experimental values in table 1. Likewise, Table 6 (see Appendix A) shows the power output measured for the induction motor operating under balanced harmonic voltage, and the efficiency results estimated with the different methods considered in this study. Additionally, it shows the estimation error as compared to the efficiency calculated from the experimental values in table 2. Similarly, Table 7 (see Appendix A) shows the power output measured for the induction motor operating under unbalanced sinusoidal voltage. Furthermore, it shows the estimation error as compared to the efficiency calculated from the experimental values in table 3. Finally, Table 8 (see Appendix A) shows the power output measured for the induction motor operating under unbalanced harmonic voltage. In addition, it shows the estimation error as compared to the efficiency calculated from the experimental values in table 4.

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Electrical Engineering, Electric Machine, Power Quality

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